By Tina Casey
EPA chief Scott Pruitt is having a little trouble grasping the importance of clean tech in the survival of our planet, but the US Department of Defense is taking yet another step to achieve a more sustainable state of things. In the latest development, DoD has expanded a new program that provides paid internships connecting military veterans with high level energy jobs in the armed services.
The ultimate goal is to nail down the “long-term energy sustainability for the future fleet and force,” so let’s take a closer look at that.
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